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I won’t lie to you: the Destruction of Hillary Clinton, Susan Bordo’s methodical analysis of Hillary Clinton’s drawn-out ruination is a painful read. Bordo, a media critic, cultural historian, and fellow Clinton fan, uses her preface to acknowledge the “pain, anger, and frustration” she herself is still feeling at the time of publication — though impressively, this anger never overtakes her authoritative tone nor diminishes her argument. But amongst the agony of this book is a strange satisfaction. Here is a well-informed, thoroughly researched voice confirming what...
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I identified as a feminist long before I came out as gay. My introduction to feminism was through the second-wave movement — Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinem. And while feminism helped me understand patriarchy, gender roles and oppression, the relationship between feminism and lesbianism has been a tumultuous one. The feminist movement was pretty hostile to lesbians during the 1960s. Not all women within the movement had such intolerant and homophobic views against lesbians, but some in the leadership did. Author and President of the National...
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“A dog is more difficult to dress than a lady, however capricious she may be.”  - M. Vivier, Pearson’s Magazine, 1898. Wealthy and aristocratic ladies of the 1890s who desired to dress their dogs in the latest styles travelled from far and wide to visit the Paris salon of fashionable canine tailor Monsieur Vivier. Located in the Galerie d’Orleans at the Palais Royal, Vivier’s establishment welcomed dog owners from all over the world. He was famous for his canine haute couture. So famous that some compared...
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Amarachi Ukachu, clothing designer - New Orleans, Lousiana Tell me about this outfit. I made this outfit myself. It’s actually a two-piece, the fabric was purchased by my sister in Uganda when she went to visit. The heels are from missguidedus.com and the necklace is from a New Orleans designer named Seth Damm, his company is called Neon Zinn. I’m all about supporting local designers and using my own pieces. I’ve been sewing since I was seven. All my sisters were always thinner than I am so...
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San Francisco Pride is right around the corner, babes, and after the party is the after-party. Join WILD THINGS on June 24th, 2017 from 7PM-3AM for the year's most anticipated Queer Dyke March After-Party at Public Works! Live Performances by Uniiqu3, CupcakKe + MicahTron, DJs, Pop-Up Shop by Otherwild, nail art, free chair massages + more! CupcakKe - Badass bitch and a BUST fave  Public Works is located at 161 Erie St. San Francisco, CA 94103 and is walking distance from Pink Saturday's activities in Dolores Park and the Castro. Discounted...
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